If you drive past a scrap yard in Charlotte’s NoDa neighborhood you won’t see it, no matter how hard you look.
There, up on the roof of Southern Resources, are the makings of the world’s largest QR code. On Monday, painters were busy laying down a pattern of black and white squares. The finished product will cover most of the 10,000 square feet of space.
It’ll be so big each of the pixels will be at least one square meter.